I used to have a multitude of western toads on my ranch in Nicasio but I no longer see them. I was wondering what happened to all the toads?
San Francisco may become the first U.S. city to ban the release of commercially raised butterflies at ceremonies such as weddings, funerals, and charity events.
Struggling to find that perfect gift? Look no further with Bay Nature’s 2013 holiday gift guide.
A Palo Alto based reader sent in a photograph she took of a pretty funky looking hummingbird. “What’s up with this hummingbird’s face?” she asked.
Friends of China Camp reached an amended agreement in November with the state Department of Park and Recreation to fund China Camp State Park, Olompali State Historic Park and Tomales Bay State Park.
Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge has been shaped by industry and development leaving its three endemic and endangered species clinging to their habitat. But in a recent partnership between the Port of Stockton and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, dredged sand from the San Joaquin River will be offloaded at the refuge to aid with large-scale dune restoration.
Bracket fungi, named for their shelf-like structure, can often be seen fanned out of decaying wood. How can you identify them?
Nature photographer Becky Jaffe on art, photography and biophilia.
The upriver salmon run is one of nature’s great migrations. But why after spawning just once do Pacific salmon die?
With the persistent drought that has gripped California for the past year, state water managers are increasingly turning to cloud seeding to extract as much water as they can.